Question about kawasaki Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Im not getting any spark
To my knowledge, a 1987 Kawasaki EX500 uses a TCBI with digital advance to fire the ignition coils upon receipt of pulse from the trigger/pickup coils.
Since the pickup coils are new, and you have swapped the ignition coild, replace the high tension wires and checked/replace the spark plugs, the the only cmponent left is the CDI (electronic ignition system).
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Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Ignition timing not normally settable, valve timing align TDC in timing hole, with cam lobes for number one cylnder facing away from lifters, a small spot or arrow on cam sprockets will align with rocker cover gasket surface, turn over by hand one full revolution and rechecked before attempting to start.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
No it won't, the 1998 is the year they changed form 96 and 97, if you could get it to fit the fairing lowers would not match up.
Posted on May 02, 2010
Those are stick coils, just unplug the connector at the top pf the coil and then they just pull out, there is rubber around the coils and sometimes they want to stick in the hole, just give them a pull, you can spay a little window cleaner on them when you put them back in, so they slide eaiser.
Posted on May 02, 2010
10mm used bolts 27 ft\lb
10mm new bolts 29 ft\lb
there was a 11mm head bolt option on some models with a protruding head 35ft\lb used 38ft\lb new
on TDC line the exhaust cam mark EX with the gasket surface.
then count chain pins from the first one above the EX
the 35th pinshould line up with the IN mark and the gasket surface to the rear
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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